Dr Eleanor Huizeling
Keele Psychology Seminar Series - Dr Eleanor Huizeling
Dr Eleanor Huizeling, Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics, Njjmegen, Netherlands
Age-related changes in refocusing attention: oscillatory signatures and naturalistic relevance.
Natural scenes are visually complex and dynamic, frequently requiring us to switch from attending to events changing in time, to distributing attention to multiple locations in space. I will present our work investigating age-related changes in such attentional flexibility, specifically looking at changes to alpha and theta oscillatory signatures in magnetoencephalography (MEG) signal. Finally, I will demonstrate how the findings from our computer-based task in the MEG scanner relate to more naturalistic behaviour, during simulated driving.
Topic: Dr Eleanor Huizeling- Age-related changes in refocusing attention: Oscillatory signatures and naturalistic relevance
Time: Jan 27, 2021 01:00 PM London
Meeting ID: 834 3883 8222
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